The 12 nations involved in negotiating the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade agreement
concluded negotiations in Atlanta on Tuesday 6 October 2015, delivering modest but important gains for the Australian dairy industry.
for Australian dairy farmers.
that if they are going to grow their businesses there are markets to match their growth.
where demand for our high quality, safe product is expected to increase in coming years,” Mr Campbell said.
indicates however that the TPP will enable more Australian cheese to be exported to Japan tariff-free. We’ve also got greater access for butter and
skim milk powder than ever before.”
in continuing to seek trade agreements that benefit the Australian economy.
with industry throughout the TPP negotiations. They have done their utmost to balance the competing interest of industry and government across the
12 nations involved throughout a challenging process,” Mr Campbell said.
agreement in its entirety to fully quantify the benefits for dairy.”